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1991 Boston City Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston City Council elections were held on November 5, 1991. All thirteen seats (nine district representatives and four at-large members) were contested in the general election, and had also been contested in the preliminary election held on September 24, 1991.

At-large

Councillors Dapper O'Neil, Christopher A. Iannella, and Rosaria Salerno were re-elected. Councillor Michael J. McCormack had announced in March 1991 that he would not seek re-election;[1] his seat was won by former Boston School Committee member John A. Nucci.

Candidates[2] Preliminary Election[3] General Election[4]
Votes % Votes %
Dapper O'Neil 32,374 16.4% 44,758 17.3%
Christopher A. Iannella 23,566 11.9% 40,270 15.6%
Rosaria Salerno 24,447 12.4% 37,113 14.4%
John A. Nucci 22,253 11.3% 35,723 13.8%
Bruce Bollingdagger 16,400 8.3% 32,008 12.4%
Peggy Davis-Mullen 12,860 6.5% 25,658 9.9%
Francis Costello 12,855 6.5% 22,545 8.7%
John Grady 13,512 6.8% 20,375 7.9%
Corbett 11,205 5.7%  
Boyce Slayman 8251 4.2%  
Walsh 7559 3.8%  
Hall 5220 2.6%  
Murray 3915 2.0%  
James Klocke 2886 1.5%  

dagger Christopher A. Iannella died in September 1992; Bruce Bolling served the remainder of Iannella's term, as Bolling had finished fifth in the general election for four seats.[5][6]

District 1

Councillor Robert Travaglini was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Robert Travaglini 5531 64.5% 7592 69.1%
Robert M. Cappucci 2299 26.8% 3392 30.9%
Thomas B. Pizzi 740 8.6%  

District 2

Councillor James M. Kelly was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
James M. Kelly 7249 72.3% 9414 72.3%
Michael Cronin 1926 19.2% 3608 27.7%
Richard W. Czubinski 512 5.1%  
Ali J. Fiumedoro 344 3.4%  

District 3

Councillor James E. Byrne was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
James E. Byrne 7922 82.9%
Jill S. Klowden 1635 17.1%

District 4

Councillor Charles Yancey was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
Charles Yancey 4742 89.5%
J. R. Rucker 558 10.5%

District 5

Councillor Thomas Menino was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Thomas Menino 6784 79.5% 9678 81.6%
Peter D. Stone 913 10.7% 2181 18.4%
Edmund T. Burke 632 7.4%  
Gerald Bagley 203 2.4%  

District 6

Councillor Maura Hennigan was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
Maura Hennigan 9079 76.7%
Michael Kennedy 2753 23.3%

District 7

Councillor Bruce Bolling ran for an at-large seat; Anthony Crayton won the District 7 seat.

Candidates[10] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Anthony Crayton 836 18.7% 3129 57.5%
Roy A. Owens 974 21.8% 2314 42.5%
Althea Garrison 703 15.7%  
Ben Haith 691 15.4%  
James A. West 666 14.9%  
Hattie Dudley 395 8.8%  
Natalie E. Carithers 211 4.7%  

District 8

Councillor David Scondras was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
David Scondras 2086 69.9% 3208 69.9%
Glenn W. Fiscus 577 19.3% 1380 30.1%
Michael J. Fleuette 323 10.8%  

District 9

Councillor Brian J. McLaughlin was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Brian J. McLaughlin 2514 52.0% 3685 51.2%
Cornelius K. Hurley 1639 33.9% 3516 48.8%
Curran 516 10.7%  
Aramis Camps 169 3.5%  

See also

References

  1. ^ "Councilor McCormack says he's not running". The Boston Globe. March 7, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  2. ^ "Flynn rolls to a record triumph O'Neil, Iannella, Salerno, Nucci take at-large council races". The Boston Globe. November 6, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  3. ^ "Council at-large". The Boston Globe. September 25, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  4. ^ "Boston City Council at-large election/ward by ward". The Boston Globe. November 6, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  5. ^ "Bolling to fill council vacancy". The Boston Globe. September 23, 1992. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  6. ^ "Bolling is welcomed back to City Council". The Boston Globe. September 24, 1992. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "Preliminary races in other districts". The Boston Globe. September 22, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  8. ^ a b c d e f "City Council district members". The Boston Globe. September 25, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i "City Council district members". The Boston Globe. November 6, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  10. ^ "Brighton rematch on tap in district council races". The Boston Globe. September 25, 1991. Retrieved February 24, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.

Further reading

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